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Chapter 4 I. Historical examples and the Belmont report ...

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Chapter 14 I. To be important a study must be replicable ...

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Chapter 12 I. Review: Experiments with one independent variable...

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Chapter 11 I. hreats to internal validity: Did the independ...

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Chapter 10 I. Two examples of simple experiments a. ...

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Chapter 9 I. Review of the three causal criteria a. ...

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Chapter 8 I. Introduction to bivariate correlations ...

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Chapter 7 I. Generalizability: Does the sample represent the pop...

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Chapter 6 I. Construct Validity of Surveys and Pools a. ...

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Chapter 5 Different ways to measure variables  Conceptual ...

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